Category: malaysia

The First Date That Led Me To Another First (Also Some Tips To Ease A Blind Date)

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I just came back from my recent trip to Malaysia and Singapore, and I’ve come back happily as on this trip, I just got yet another first thing that I’ve done in life.

I mean, sure… There’s always a first time for everything. But I think it’s important to actually explore things rather than just to wonder the what ifs. And for that, I’m quite glad that I’ve got this adventurous soul that opens more chances for me to the idea of something new each day.

I mean, that’s why I’m keeping this to-do-list, so I could remind myself that I need to try as many new things as I can to avoid more regrets in life. So when someone from OKC asked me out when I was in KL, I said yes.

He’s a fine guy. A psychologist who’s running his start-up business, so the fact that we’re both entrepreneurs kind of helps us to hit it off. And the fact that he’s hot… I just couldn’t say no to this invitation.

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Auraku Skin Solution is Now Available in Malaysia!

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Hello Malaysia! 🙂

For those of you who know me and my current beautiful face (lol), please know that it’s not always like this because back in 2014, I got this terrible acne attack in which it transformed me from an ugly duckling phase into this beautiful swan with still yet ugly personality. :p

Today, I’m glad to announce that my holy grail, Auraku Skin Solution is now available in Negeri Jiran. So for those of you who have got the same problem as I did 3 years ago, this might be a solution for you or your beloved! 🙂

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The Battle of Online Cabs in South East Asia: Uber, Grab or Go-Jek?

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I remember getting lost in the city that I had never been before with the language that I barely spoke, hailing a cab to get me somewhere without knowing how to tell the driver about your destination could be really difficult. Nowadays, with the emergence of Uber and then some similar platforms, life is a whole lot easier!

In the past few years, I get used to traveling around South East Asia and the existence of these platforms are so handy at times.

From my home country Indonesia to Uncle Ho’s Vietnam, I gotta say Uber, Grab and Go-Jek are applications that I would not delete from my phone as long as they operate. But which one is the best amongst the three?

Hard to tell, but everything has its perks so stay tuned! 😉

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